Sign Language Phrases: Nice to Meet You

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Sign the phrase 'Nice to Meet You' using these American Sign Language symbols. Hold a conversation with a deaf person in sign language with the basic conversational phrases in this free video on the American Sign Language from a signing expert.

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And today we're learning easy, simple things to say to a deaf person in their language. And we already went over facial expression, how to introduce yourself with your name. "Hi, my name is" whatever your name is. What? And afterward you can say "nice to meet you" so, nice to meet you. So flat hands "nice". It's two fists with fingers up, "to meet you". Nice to meet you. And shake their hand. Now you say "my name is John. Your name what? Nice to meet you". Again, "nice to meet you" and shake their hand. And remember we're excited to meet people. "Hi, I'm John, nice to meet you". We're not going to do that. We're so, you want to match your facial expression. Hi, nice to meet you. Shake their hand. Easy, real basic.

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